Saturday, 21 May 2011

The Royal Pavilion




King George IV's fantasy, built 1787-early 1820's
Brighton, England

18 comments:

Iva said...

Very nice photos! Fantastic place.

Jacob said...

King George? I thought this was somewhere in Asia. It's magnificent if a bit out of place! I've never of it before so thank you for sharing and your photos are absolutely stunning!

Sylvia K said...

What a beautiful place, JM! Your captures are breathtaking as always -- they're definitely the next best thing to being there myself! Have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Sérgio Pontes said...

Magnifico, deve ser fabuloso vê-lo ao vivo

Lisa said...

Your photos have a very special quality. I always enjoy visiting your blog. It is good to have time to visit my favorite blogs again. :) I hope you're having a wonderful weekend. Namaste

Carolina Tavares said...

Uma arquitetura belíssima.

Barb said...

JM,never heard of this before thanks for sharing....Barb

Marias Teater said...

I have been there and visited a little, wonderful palace build by king for his mistress. Why men do not do this today? Wonderful pictures!

Cezar and Léia said...

Very elegant, I had never seen it, not even in pictures.
God bless you!
Cezar

DeeBee L. said...

One of my favourite buildings in the South of England as it is different!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I did not even know this place existed, just goes to show how much we miss in our own countries!!! Beautiful photos and thanks for sharing. Diane

michelangelo in the kitchen said...

i've always found buildings like these outside of India cold and new. They lack the patina and the evident ravages of time, I observe. Crisp and clear photos!

Crazy Tourists said...

What a strange building! Lovely!! :)

Pooch Purple Reign said...

sweet.... i could live there !
~laura

Orlando Guy said...

Wow, nice pictures. The Palace is so majestic looking.

Mitr Friend - Bhushavali said...

Indeed Royale!!!
India Heritage Museum

magda said...

I have been there...
Amazing photos and very nice place!
Greetings

Francisca said...

Didn't know this palace existed... and it's so... well... un-British!